The Hunger Project Ambassadors
Nicki Carter – Ambassador Education Volunteer of the Month, Profile Below
Jane Haworth – Ambassador Arts
Bryony Wells – Ambassador Events
Chaitanya Iyengar – Ambassador Online Reputation
Miranda Leslau – Ambassador PR
Ekaterina Mitiaev – Ambassador Knowledge – Ambassador Profile Below
Lisa Moore – Ambassador PR
Gamiel Yafai – Ambassador Communities
We appreciate every supporter’s contribution to our cause. The following individuals, our Ambassadors, have made exceptional gifts of time and resources to the The Hunger Project and we wish to express our appreciation to each and every one of them.
Volunteer of the Month: Nicki Carter
Nicki left corporate business management in 2002 to pursue a career in teaching. She is an English teacher to children aged 11-18 years as well as a Senior Examiner at GCSE. Her current roles in school are: Deputy Head Sixth Form, English Teacher, Centre Co-ordinator EPQ qualification and Dance teacher (as an extra curricular activity). Nicki has experience of publishing materials, having contributed to one publication at University and another within the past two years. She has also published her own academic book for English Literature GCSE. Having worked as a volunteer for The Hunger Project since 2011, Nicki is keen to further develop her role as THP UK’s Ambassador – Education to support this worthwhile cause.
‘Nicki stepped up and offered her support for The Hunger Project after attending our first World Hunger Day regional event, The Royal Ballet’s Gary Avis & Friends in 2011. Since this time she has been appointed as our Ambassador – Education.
Nicki was a driving force behind the creation of the 250 strong World Hunger Day Choir and continues to encourge the community around Woodbridge School to step up and support the ending of hunger and poverty.’ - Tim Holder, Country Director THP UK
Ambassador Profile: Ekaterina Mitiaev
KT holds an MBA from the London Business School and has extensive project management experience including co-ordinating large telecom projects in the UK, Russia and Israel. She was the Country Director of The Hunger Project UK from 2005 until November 2009. She is particularly interested in the subject of knowledge management and how it can be applied to international development.
In her free time, Ekaterina enjoys reading and creating theories. She is inspired by rule breakers and original thinkers!
KT is our Ambassador for Knowledge Management and is a regular contributor to our blog. Join the debate.
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